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of pink, hine us. this is what it is all about, once again. and we can't do it without funding. we can't do without the love and support that so many of us get, and if you would like to help out, in the funding just text the word pink to 80077. >> help the beautiful women and men, and men. we need your help. and we need it today and always. it is a fight. and we're going to that finish line. and we're going to rise. we're going to rise. and you're going to come there with us. >> you guys, this is diane, diane is three-time survivor. three time survivor with her family. this is your caughter? >> yes. >> tell us what it is like to walk down those stairs as a three-time survive snore. >> very emotional. i have health issues going on right now, so i'm going to do this. i'm going to do this again, you know what i mean? just support the people, just overwhelming every time i come here, been coming here for a lot of years, and it is just
unbelievable. >> where does your strength come from? where does your strength come from? >> my family, my family, i have eight grandchildren, and one on the way. they're my rock. they're my rock, yes. yes, and i'm going to do this because of them. >> that's right. for the love of the family, i get that. and to walk down and see that sea of pink, it is, it is overwhelming. >> definitely is. >> and specially for somebody who is going through it right now. >> exactly. it is just, you're right, overwhelming, and i don't know what else to say. >> we wish you all of the best. happy mother day. what a beautiful family you have. >> i do, i do. >> very blessed person. and we wish you all the best. >> thank you. >> and we love hearing these stories, thank you for sharing. >> thank you. >> yes, have wonderful day you guys. it is just so many stories like this. it is woman after woman. family after family. who have been touched by this disease. and they're still being touched by this disease like
that, three times, and currently dealing with it, high there, how are you? what's your name? >> michelle. >> michelle, tell us a little bit about your journey? >> i was diagnosed in september. >> this september? >> this september, stage one breast cancer, i had a lumpectomy done, i had a good report afterward. did i have some radiation treatment, and i'm now on some therapy. but i'm doing very well. >> we're so happy to hear that. you are technically in the middle of treatment right now? >> yes, i finish my radiation, now i am just doing hormone therapy, taking a pill. >> so your first time down the steps? >> yep. >> how did that feel? >> it felt wonderful. very emotional. my family is all here with me today. so i couldn't get through it without them, yes. >> the family is really the thread that goes all the way through this. people have their kids with them, are these your kids? >> high, family. >> high husband. >> hello.
>> it is great. i love seeing your smile with them. >> thank you. >> all right, you guys go enjoy the day. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> thank you for all of your support. my daughter, i told you, i was 40 years. >> i turn 40 next week. so only seven months old when i was diagnosed. >> so you were seven months old. >> right. >> you were diagnosed. and how are you doing today? >> great. wonderful. >> let me ask you, in 40 years, how has this changed? the conversation about breast cancer, and talking about it out loud? >> more, you know, people know more, they know to go to the doctor, if they find something, and self examination. >> i actually red an article from betty rollins, wrote first to cry, and when i read it, i went home and that's when i found the lump. >> really? >> yes. >> as a caught here did this a while back, where there wasn't this much support, it must feel great for you to be out here and see the sea of pink.
>> it is, it is amazing, i've been doing this for 15 years. and it is great to see everybody, rain or shine, everyone always here, having good time, supporting each other, it feels so good to be a part of it. >> all my angels. >> yes. >> all of my angels? she has six kids, she survived us and breast cancer. she got it twice. she got it ten years after the first time, too. >> well, i say you are a pretty strong womanment and we salute you. happy mother day. >> thank you. >> thank you guys. >> ukee? >> thank you so much. we have gloria, six year survivor? >> right. >> gloria? >> i have my family and friend with me. this is such an emotional moment for me. every year i say i'm not going to cry coming down the stems, but i cry like a baby. >> i was crying along with you. they were tears of joy. >> yes, they were. >> what do you think about when you come down those steps? >> that i am still here. i am a survivor. and, you know, i just miss those that are going on before me. but those that walk today,
they're blessed. >> and you're finding a lot of people that you have seen over the last five, six years, on these steps with you? >> yes, continuously, they're on the steps, they walk with me, and we walk together as family. regardless of your color, we're sisters. this is a fraternity, a sorority, that you don't want to be in, but once you're in it, you're in it for life. >> how much support? tell me about the support your family gives you? >> my family sports me 100%, through rain, snow, whatever, they're here. even in the rain this morning, everybody was out here, with me, standing, you know, mom it is raining, but we will be there. >> have you had to reach out to other people who have called you up and said, oh, i was just diagnosed with breast cancer, have you had that experience? >> yes, french mine, bonnie, bonnie just diagnosed when breast cancer, and i was a support for her. >> what did you tell her? what was the first think you made. >> this is not a death sentence, you will shall strong, you will go on, and we will be therefore you. >> thank you, god bless you, and the family, as well. we will take a short break
right now. but jim, if you could take a look at this young man right here, that's a rocky look alike. we're all champions. we're all champions today. here he is, on the art museum stems. here we are for the susan g. komen race for the cure in this fight against cancer, and just like rock, we will win this fight. we will be right back.
>> ♪ >> welcome back to the 20th annual race for the cure, all culminated when the survivors walk down the art museum steps, raising their hands in victory, cheers, hugs, we were all here to witness this, and the tears and hugs are still going on, and this is what it is all about. coming together as a family, that was carol, yes, such beautiful moment. >> really was. and the tears weren't just the people who had been impacted
by breast cancer, i know you were crying because if you got a heart, you're going to feel it. >> that's right. >> you know, you don't have to necessarily have had these experiences to be able to feel the experience. and so many people know what it is like, what would you do if it happened to me? but you know what i think, they're hopefully take away interest this if you get that word, you can walk down the survivor steps. you know, you may have to go a few steps before you get to the survivor steps, but once you're there, you're there. and you are an inspiration forever. >> walk down with pride. seeing everyone's faces, it moved everyone here. >> really a study, right, we all have, as humans. you're exactly right. from a heart and you're here
for that and you're at home and you're listening to these stories, it hits you right there. because you do feel, even if it hasn't touched your family, which it has touched so many, you feel it immediately right in the gut. you know what that can be like. >> because you know the other thing, if it happens, to your family, a lot of these people, and it never touched their family, until it happened to them. >> that's right. >> so that's why we do things like this, raise awareness. >> a lot more to come. we will send it over to our colleagues now, our morning team, jim, and brooke. hey, gang? >> hey guys, so hard to hear, brooke, because there is so much going on around us right now. >> that's us. this is amazing. just survive or, just all the survivors, you guys have been telling us what it is like,. >> i tell you, we've been here just seeing, watching,
participate in this event, i don't think anyone at home has any idea what this is like. it is a very emotional time. >> some people, it is fun. >> emotional fun. >> well, we will head over to the start line. we will meet katie fehlinger, over there with this win. >> yes. >> smaller cam and everything. >> exciting. we will do this, head over, let's go over. let's do. >> this you're coming with us. >> we find katie, i think we send it back over to katie and jess? >> walk down the steps. >> yes, i did. >> okay. what took to you the steps? >> i'm a breast cancer survivor. two-times i i've had it, so yes. >> how far separate in the. >> my first time i was 35, the second, 41, so like six years?
at 35 did they say we got it, don't have to worry about it, or is there a chance? i was watched very much constant doctor visit. keep real good watch on me. i've had a lot of surgeries. so you really have been through the mill. what can you tell to someone? did they watch yours early? did you yours common fast and furious? >> early detection >> what did you say at that point? what did you have to go through? >> stayed very strong. very positive. >> did you know you could be that strong and positive in the face of such a diagnosis?
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sister station, 1210, you can hear dom every morning from nine to noon. is that correct? >> correct, kate. and sounds like typical weather person saying well make the best of it. >> i've done this for 15 years, the first time, that it has rained only the second time in 26 years. but there is still a huge crowd. and there is still that moment, when the survivors come down, and seem to be equal number this year, still that excitement, that thrill, that goes with this. >> always great to see the steps filled with survivors, because, that's how we know. >> hopefully work to go finds a cure for breast cancer. >> i don't believe what you're speak out there some magical cure that will happen, but what we see each year recall i detection, increment al progress, what the money goes toward, some of the contributions in the tens of thousands of dollars. >> really moth he is important part, what we kind of stress, great to be here, to celebrate, wonderful, but really the dollars that make a
group here, natasha will talk to some of the folks you brought with you? >> we have carol here, and mimi. tell me a little bit about your storey? you're a survive snore. >> yes, i am, may the six, thank god i am a survivor. >> absolutely, thank god for that. and you are still in your -- in the midst of your johnny? >> i was diagnosed when triple negative breast cancer on january 20th of this year. and i'm in the middle of my chemo right now. >> well best of luck to you, and you for surviving, as well-being being out here in the midst of this. what's it mean to you both be out here, so many people under standing your struck unless. >> to me, i see all of surround involves ores, i know i will be one real soon and i pray to stay that way. >> got to claim t and you? >> i just thank god for everyone i'm going to try lord willing to be here. >> both you guys, and we also have some other special guests, as well, with shoprite. you are an owner after shoprite? >> shoprite west chester, shot right of westfield. >> from the corporate level, to be able to be involved and
to help out employees as well? >> important to us, like to be part of the community, we have a lot of customers, also have associates who have breast cancer survivors, so real important to us to be a part of this. >> thank you all so much for your effort and what you are doing with your employees, thank you guys for being here, best of luck to you, god bless you all, and stephanie you have got a very special story? >> that's right. shoprite thank you very much to all of you, you know, it is about co-workers, being here, and families out here for race for the cure. i have a story for you now about one very special family, here today. take a look. >> gathering for flossy and their mothers day tradition, share not just family bonn, but also, a history with cancer. >> when you do get it, it changes your whole outlook on life. >> flossy was diagnosed when breast cancer 12 years ago, that's when she started walking in the race for the cure, part of the sea of pink survivors coming down the steps of the art museum.
>> it was the most awe-inspiring thing in the world. >> two husbands died from cancer, then, some of the daughters started being diagnosed. >> years ago, they would have cut my leg off. >> shelly, one of two stepdaughters, rare czar comb a susan the oldest of the three biological daughters has had several episodes with ovarian cancer. >> my doctor said that, well, obviously some sort of family connection. but we're not smart enough yet to know what it was. >> genetic testing was negative. they don't have the back a gene, but jane who lives in atlanta was also diagnosed with breast cancer, like her mother. >> daughter ricky who lives in israel comes to philadelphia every year for mother day. >> i don't have cancer, thank god. >> it concerns me, yes, i speak to my older sister every day. >> lisa who lives in canada is also cancer free. she will be with the group for mother day. flossy, who is 87 now, will have all five girls with her walking. >> i keep saying to my friend, as long as my mom will walk a 5k, i'm flying in.
>> distance doesn't keep them apart. mom and the girls always stay in touch, even if it is with face time. but for mothers day, they always try to be together, in person, for the walk. >> it is wonderful. it is really, really marvelous. >> great way to spend mothers day. >> so flossy and her girls, they're out here, someplace, enjoying today, they're out here every year, so many wonderful families we see out here every year, natasha. >> and so many stories, i mean, everybody's got a story, that's why they're here, whether they're surviving, whether they are, you know, just being diagnosed or whatever, finding the support they need and the love from this particular race. that's what it is all about on this mothers day, so the race is about to start. >> yes without further a do we get back to ukee and jessica, as well. >> carol ukee and i found a
little someone. >> a loft survivors on the steps, and something else on the steps of the art museum. who do we have here? ukee, we have got rocky, i guess? >> yes, ma'am. how are you today? >> i'm good. >> how is everybody doing? blessed to be here. and come here to stand, i have relatives that passed away from cancer, so i come for them. they're not here any more. but and i come for philadelphia. >> and you also said that women are coming up and crying on your shoulder? >> yes, ma'am. i've had people come to up me and cry. will you walk up the steps with me? sure ill. of course. but dow it from my heart, as the number one rocky look alike in the worlds. >> if you do say so yourself. >> well, everybody says so. hollywood. >> real name. >> michael avello from new york originally up-state new york. >> rocky, always a fighter. you see these women, and the men, fighting as well. what do you say to them to keep them, keep them on that track? >> keep the fate.
never quit no matter what goes on. keep punching. never stop. >> he was the champion right here, you want to run those steps? >> do it. >> you want to run it? >> do it together. >> we're going to do it together. come on, rock. let's go rock. >> well, there you go, ukee washington running up the art museum steps with rocky. >> yes, with michael. >> michael, there they are. >> very well done. and you know what? every woman who stood up there, who stood up put both arms up in the air. >> yes. >> yes. >> we did it, too. so it is amazing day. you can see, how the steps have cleared out. >> that's right. >> a lot of these women who have gone through cancer treatment, and they're survivors, they were running, they're walking,. >> you know what i love? bringing their whole family out with them, they have their kids, their grandkids, neices, never use, because this really is a fight for the family fight for the community.
it takes getting all together to really beat this disease. >> you're so right. it starts in the family, but then once you get it, handled in your family, you're in a position to help other people. >> that's right. >> hi, what's your message here? >> stage four breast cancer, need more research dollars, we're very happy everybody's here, raising awareness, and raising money, but, stage four is the only stage that kills, and since 1976, the numbers of women under 40 have tripled, okay? >> and why do they think that is? >> i don't know.
they need to do more research. also, our numbers are not counted properly. the metastatic breast cancer numbers are estimate, linked us into what originally we were diagnosed at. so we need more research. need to raise awareness about stage four, 20, to 36% early stage breast cancer can become metastatic. and that's regardless of treatment. >> we appreciate it, we really do. we just want to educate, that's all. >> we appreciate that you brought that. >> yes, indeed. >> that you brought that message to us. >> it is about educating everyone about this disease. and the different facet of it. >> we don't lose any more of our young women, and mothers, you know, it is mother day, too many people have lost their mother. we doesn't want anyone else to lose moms. we need more research dedicated to late stage. >> and that's it.
listen, it is mother day, and we absolutely remember those that we've lost, and those are holes in families that cannot be filled. so that, we are remembering, the survivors, those we lost, honoring the survivors today, celebrating with those who are still with us. , it is a powerful day. we'll be right back.
>> this ray every sunday shine there is happy mother day, to all of you out, there and speaking of moms. >> yes? >> we have a colleague who is a mom, but her children are just infants. >> yes, katie fehlinger has her twins with her, we have something we would like to call you called stroller cam. katie is running in the race, and hopefully we can take a look now at stroller cam. we are told it is a little bit washed out. so, we do understand it is not perfect quality, but we want you to see the beautiful face. >> and the babies are just chilling, twin girls, chipping chilling, going along for the ride just like all of you at home are, going along for our ride today, and this wonderful inspiring event. look at those babies. >> sweet, sweet babies. we are estimating 100,000 people out here today.
coming together to honor the survivors, honor the ones we've lost, and remember them, and the fact it is on mothers day, really, a beautiful sentiment. it is about the family, reaching out, helping understand, you can get through this, you can get through. >> said earlier, it start in the >> coming up on 13 years, yes. and it goes fast, and as i was telling jim donovan, at the beginning. just i don't think of it every day. and that's because of stuff like this. has made early detection possible, that's taken people out of the fear zone, actually put them into the doctors office, so they can find out if they've got a problem. get it handled and move on.
it may shall scar toy begin with, but you shine a light on that cockroach, gets a lot less scar. >> i power to power, no doubt about it. >> carol, when you were diagnosed, was that still a time when people didn't talk about this as openly? >> no, and i think it is because, that was halfway through the, now, 26 years, here in philadelphia, that was halfway through that. it was out. people were talking about it. but i wouldn't talk to people from the seven's who were having chemo, and that sort of thing, and they didn't talk about it. and it is a whole change. and it has changed lives and the world of medicine. >> i remember when were you diagnosed in the words got around the station. >> everybody was fabulous, absolutely fabulous, you know who helped me a lot? the viewers.
>> someone just came up to you and talk to you about not just five minute ago. >> the viewers, thank you, phenominal that helps, any support you can get from anybody, just that casino of i hear you. >> i hear you. >> that helps. >> no doubt about it. everybody, nice to feel like you've got that support, that you've been seeing, yes. lets guess to natasha brown now, natasha? because we are here with bet, with 96.5, so good for you to be with us here today. tell us what it is like to be out here in the midst of all of this? >> amazing, here last year, and just incredible seeing really the tradition of people coming back with their families, dressing up in their tutu's, their outfit, i think that's my favorite part about coming here and seeing the survivors and hearing the
stories our audience, we have the listeners, gone through this, have their family members, their moms, and sisters, brothers, so being here, supporting them through it, incredible. >> you can feel the energy. infective. >> real i were you talking about families, we have family back here, look at this group. this is survivor. >> my name is marge hick. >> i and? >> i'm ten year survivor, diagnosed the day after mother day, ten years ago. >> oh, my goodness. >> my husband, my children, my mother, all my brother, sisters, neice, nephews, all with me. >> wow. >> and my husband had miles for marge i. >> big milestone for you guys, right? does it feel wonderful having everybody here with you? >> i couldn't do it without them. >> they were my support since
day one. >> miles for marge i. so you guys will be walking? >> miles for marge bye to hit the road. back to ukee and jess >> talking to so many other survivors, and they're so happy to be altogether here, right now, and looking forward to the future. i feel so much love. every time i turn around people telling me the story, i'm listening, and they can feel so good, and hoping, hoping for such a bright future. >> absolutely. and it is just a sea of hope, sea of joy. and there is a lot of great energy down here tonight. and/or the morning, gosh, i'm not used to being up this early. oh, but we've got all of the survive offers walking around in pink. we have them joined by their families, you know what i lover seeing, too, like the grandmothers, who are pushing
grandchildren. got tone live to see their children have children how much talking about it, encouraging people to go check that lump and get a mammogram, that that really works. and it is mat towards a loft families in a real way. >> over and over again, and getting through. we will get this fight. the message getting through. carol erickson you just said amen. so you know it is true, the messages get through. >> messages absolutely getting through. and it is 26 years, we will be here next year, people will be diagnosed, between now and then, have a dream, i never dreamed i would be. there was no family history for me. so there will be more people diagnosed, and more people cured, and standing on the stems. >> you have lot more to go. >> we are not letting her lever. >> but right now we talk with jim and brooke. guys?
>> so much noise and stuff, but his is quiti. >> breast scan err survivor. >> out here walking? >> yes, just finished treatment a month ago. >> one month ago? >> yes. >> and you have a team, what's your name? >> you lodge george just your pink. >> thank you. >> you have whole teamment look at this. >> all my family right here. >> oh, katie is running. >> katie is running, yep, yep. >> so you're party of the cbs-3 family, you watch us every morning. so we're here with you, and what is it like being here and participating today? >> it is wonderful. it is so much support. as a survivor. >> yes. >> on mothers day with your baby? >> yes. >> and my whole family. thank you. >> beautiful. >> hi, how are you? thanks for watching. >> we're on the walk right now, we're headed back toward the art museum.
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>> ashley, this has to be very, very special for you, and the company to be involved with susan g. komen. >> absolutely, star jen, breast cancer survivor, my aunt personally is actually going through it, so to be able to do such a great event with my job that reaches so many people, it makes me extremely proud, and the company is just so passionate about it. >> tell us a little bit about what you guys are doing today? >> so we are set up, right in the oval, and we're growing, as well as new organic beef hotdogs. and we also have deitz and watson hats for 5-dollar donation and all of the proceeds go back to susan g. komen philadelphia. so we are real, real excited we can be out here and serve
everyone, give them some hats, celebrate these survivors, and those who are fighting. >> and mama deitz, we want to thank you for everything, happy mothers day to you. >> you're quite welcome. we appreciate being here. and everyone come out. have a taste of our goodies. >> what's your favorite, mama deitz goodies? what's your favorite? >> good old-fashioned hotdogs! >> come on, mama deitz. >> happy mother day, dear. and thank you for everything. thank you for everything. >> thanks, guys. >> we will win this race. we're going to get to the finish line together. speaking of the finish line, let's go there now with lesley van arsdall, with the first survivor to finish. >> i'm with truly an amazing woman right here, janet. she crossed the finish line the first survive or to finish the finish line. she looks like she didn't even run in a racement she came looking just like this, perfect with her glasses on, tell everyone little bit about your story?
>> i'm a two time breast cancer survivor, first time in 2007. and i knew i had to do everything, because i had a four year old, six year old, at the time. and so had that dealt with, and then i was about to celebrate my five years cancer-free, and i went for a checkup and i had another, another lump. so that time i did a bilateral masectomy, four years later i'm cancer free, and i ran, i do try at long as, actually. >> wow. >> my husband and i run a youth triathelon club, multi sport, and so we train kids to see the healthy life and i'm healthy and loving it. >> and you really finds that the running helps you through everything? >> absolutely. with a straight, you know, with anxiety, just feel fit,
strong, really, helps you on a daily basis. >> kel congratulations, you look great, you are such an inspiration to so, so many people out there. and we'll send it back to you, ukee, and jess. >> geese, hammy mother day shall everybody. >> hey mother day! >> happy mother day. happy mothers day. >> look, don't they look awesome? all right, we toss it over to ukee who is at the band stand, ukee? >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> we'll chit chat. with you already guys from? >> i'm from voorhees, new jersey. >> voorhees, new jersey, what time did you have to get up this morning to get here? >> 5:45. >> oh, that's early.
>> so why do you do the race for the cure? >> for her grandmom. >> for your grandmother. tell me about your grandmother. >> well, i never really met her. because she died before i was born. but my mom always like says that she was really nice and cool and i would love her. >> yes? so is this your special day to remember letter this. >> yes. >> that's awesome. why what about you, why do you do the race for the cure have. >> from her grandmother, too. >> you have great friends. >> yes. >> what about this young man? >> i'm her brother. >> so your grandmother died of breast cancer, is that right. >> yes. >> so is this your day to remember her, as well? >> what? >> you get to remember her on this day? >> yes. >> that's so nice. well you guys, look fabulous, i hope you ran very fast. did you run fast? >> we didn't do it yet. >> oh, you didn't do it yet, okayment well, look who we found over here. we know this guy. >> photo bomb. >> i'm so proud of you all. thank you, thank you for
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>> the wands asked me to come up, and do a little james brown. i've done james brown in years. but we all feel good today. can you feel the heat? the heat feels good. >> do you feel good? >> let's do this. let's do this. let's do this. i'm ready. are you ready? all right. let's give a shot. oh, shucks. you feel good. >> let's hear it for channel three. >> oh, ya, we feel good. >> philadelphia, we love you, common. here we go. we feel good. >> we feel good. >> i feel good. hey. hey. one, two, one, two ... i feel good ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ so good ♪
, it was great, and we have ukee here this year. ocean katie and the babies. >> we've got the babies. >> oh, my. >> katie, tell us! >> we had a lot of things to get through, but once on, off to the races so i'm sweating like crazy now. but when we did it, so awesome. >> oh, and which is which right here? >> we have parker right here. >> parker? >> and this is kade end, who is really teething right now. >> and they love it. they had the best seat in the house, they didn't have to run at all. >> i can't tell you how many people have come to up me, where are the babies in how is katy? so here they are, everyone. here they are. they were loving every second of it. they like to take in all of the new stuff all the time. that's their thing. and we had stroller cam. we had stroller cam, which i hope worked. but ya, we strapped it up.
we had to be very careful with the stroller cam. that could have been dangerous, so we made it work. yep, awesome time. and obviously an awesome cause, so happen. >> i good crowd out there running. >> very much so. very busy out there on the parkway today. >> well it has been a day full of wonderful stories, special memories, so many people will have forever, this is our family. >> this is it. we are happy to be here with the community, and our whole family here in the philadelphia area. thank you so much for joining us, and for being a part of something that makes a difference, in so many people's lives. >> we are ending right now, but the fight continues, thank you, family, for being with us, this has been giving people options based on their budget is pretty edgy... kind of like this look. i'm calling it the "name your price tool" phase. whatever.
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